Keith and Samantha Wallace Publish Book on Gut Health
Aug31

Keith and Samantha Wallace Publish Book on Gut Health

Professor Keith Wallace and his wife Samantha have written a new book titled Gut Crisis: How Diet, Probiotics, and Friendly Bacteria Help You Lose Weight and Heal Your Body and Mind. Gut Crisis addresses a widespread health epidemic, which is the result of poor food choices and the overuse of antibiotics. Many people today have digestive problems that are caused by an imbalanced state of gut bacteria. “Medical science is beginning to...

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Art Students Enjoy Success in Graduate School
Aug21

Art Students Enjoy Success in Graduate School

Four undergraduate art majors from MUM were recently accepted into multiple MFA programs with full and partial scholarships. “These programs are incredibly competitive,” said Gyan Shrosbree, assistant professor of art. “This year we had all four of our applying students accepted to several programs each.” Hannah Foster has received a full scholarship for the MFA program in painting at Pennsylvania State University. Terrell Smith has...

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Nathaniel Campbell’s First Novel Receives Praise
Aug16

Nathaniel Campbell’s First Novel Receives Praise

MUM alumnus Nathaniel Campbell’s debut novel is number one on the Chicago Tribune’s ultimate summer reading list. Found Audio, published by Two Dollar Radio, was called a “bona fide literary page-turner” by Publisher’s Weekly. “I am very surprised and very grateful,” said Nathaniel of all the praise and national attention the book has received. The publisher describes the book as a cerebral thriller that takes readers on a journey...

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ComPro Program Leaders Complete Asia Recruiting Tour
Aug09

ComPro Program Leaders Complete Asia Recruiting Tour

Greg Guthrie, dean emeritus of the School of Computer Science, and Elaine Guthrie, Computer Science Program director, completed a successful recruiting tour in May and June, visiting Vietnam, Mongolia, China, The Philippines, and Singapore. This trip followed several shorter past tours to India, China, and Nepal. The goal of the trip was to boost enrollment from countries that already have a history of applicants and to grow...

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Organic Agriculture Students Sell Vegetables at Farmers Market
Aug02

Organic Agriculture Students Sell Vegetables at Farmers Market

        Students in MUM’s Regenerative Organic Agriculture Certificate Program started selling the fruits of their harvest at the Fairfield Farmers Market just a few months after they began working on the student farm. They have been growing a wide variety of produce, including salad greens, radishes, kale, chard, peas, zucchini, tomatoes, beans, sweet corn, carrots, and melon. The 10-month certificate program...

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